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    Exclamation [URGENT!] Can't Boot: "Failed to isolate default target, freezing"

    After executing "apt-get upgrade" in Terminal, the command was doing what it was supposed to do, but after a while, I come back to see it's progress and it was frozen. I shut it down, using the Virtual Machine Tools, then when I try to start it, it starts normally to this Screen:



    However, every time I select the first option, this pops up:



    It really bothers me, as I've got loads of files into my System. Is there a way to fix this error? I haven't been able to find any solutions out there on the internet.

    Thank you in advance
    Last edited by Coto16; 2016-03-23 at 18:19.

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